Tue, 14 Aug 2018 18:58 - Updated Tue, 14 Aug 2018 18:57
Zango Oito Mil homes for sale yet this year
Luanda - At least 2,600 of the 8,000 houses built in the centrality of Zango Oito Mil are beginning to be sold this year, the Minister of Planning and Housing, Ana Paula de Carvalho, announced Tuesday.
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Detail of Centralidade do Zango 8 mil
Photo: Rosário dos Santos
The goverment official who was speaking to the press at the end of a visit to the works in progress at Zango 0, Zango Intermédio and Zango Oito Mil said that the remaining houses will be ready for sale in the second phase, after completion of the Wastewater Treatment Station (ETAR) works.
The minister said that the centrality of zango 0 has 400 residences available for sale at this stage, since the remaining housing depends on the completion of the ongoing works for the construction of the rainwater retention basin.
She said that the definitive date on the beginning of the sales of these houses, which could happen before or until next October, is at a stage of agreement, since it depends on the equipping of social equipment.
In the case of Intermediate Zango, Ana Paula de Carvalho said that there is already infrastructure and a plan for the construction of buildings up to three floors with public-private partnerships, lacking only the laying of the asphalt carpet and the sewerage system.
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